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Japan PM takes to street seeking voters' support


Mr Abe is now perhaps hoping his electoral gamble is not destined to follow a similar fate to his British counterpart Theresa May, who suffered the humiliating loss of the Conservative Party's parliamentary majority in June's snap elections. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump waives restrictions on aid to hurricane-hit Peurto Rico


The situation in Puerto Rico is dire - few of the hospitals are functioning and about 44% of residents are without clean drinking water , according to the US Department of Defense. In the wake of the devastation in Puerto Rico caused by Hurricane Maria , San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz - along with other United States politicians, including McCain and Marco Rubio, R-Florida - had urged the suspension of the Jones Act in order to speed up supply deliveries. Lire la suite »

Confirmed: Mario Was Originally Punching Yoshi


In an interview on Nintendo's Japanese website (translated by Kotaku ), to promote the launch of the SNES mini, developers who worked on the game reveal the ugly truth about video game's most famous mascot. Apparently, Shigeru Miyamoto loved horses and wanted Mario to have his own steed. "There's an added "bop" sound", he says. "I think he likes horses". Lire la suite »

Moto X Pure Edition Android 7.0 Nougat Update Finally Released


It appears that Motorola is finally rolling out the much-awaited Android 7 .0 Nougat update to the Moto X Pure Edition in the US. Motorola was once on the top when it came to Android updates but now in recent months, the company is becoming more and more sluggish towards its mid-range phones. Lire la suite »

China advises against unilateral sanctions against North Korea


The tougher stance follows North Korea's largest nuclear test earlier this month. North Korean soldiers chat as they stand guard behind national flags of China , front, and North Korea on a boat anchored along the banks of Yalu River, near the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, on June 10, 2013. Lire la suite »

ISIS releases recorded message purportedly from Baghdadi


Baghdadi added in his speech that America, Europe and Russian Federation are "living in a state of terror fearing the strikes" of what he called "mujahideen". He also references a convention in Kazakhstan that took place this summer, according to the SITE Intelligence monitoring group, though both the North Korean conflict and convention are not particularly fresh news. Lire la suite »

Puerto Rico needs food, water and fuel. Can lifting shipping restrictions help?

Under the Act, for a ship to be allowed cabotage, or transportation of goods and people between two harbors in the same country, it has to satisfy all three of these conditions: be U.S. The Homeland Security Department says under law, it can only waive the Jones Act for purposes of national security, and that the potential cost savings of lifting the law "is not material to our decision-making". Lire la suite »

Ford bets there's a market for its $100000 F-450 pickup trucks


Take the F-Series Super Duty, for example. Billed as a truck for high-end customers, "from boat captains to captains of industry", the Limited package starts at $80,835 including destination on the F-250. But what does Ford give you to justify charging S-Class prices for a pickup truck? Plus, it can still tow more than 30,000 pounds, which Ford points out is about the weight of an F-35 fighter jet. Lire la suite »

US Treasury sanctions banks, representatives linked to North Korea


Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the U.S. is targeting those "across the globe" who facilitate financial transactions for North Korea . The ministry said it took the action in line with the fresh UNSC resolution adopted in the wake of the North's sixth nuclear test conducted on September 3. Lire la suite »

Baby William: Grandparents of missing Mesa baby detained at airport


ABC15 reports that on June 15, Roland Jones reported his daughter, Madeline Jones, and her 1-year-old son, William, as missing to the Mesa Police Department. Detectives obtained a search warrant for Jones' electronic devices, and uncovered a search for "fleeing an abuser with your child" and "how to disappear" on Madeline Jones' laptop. Lire la suite »

Michelle Obama slams women who voted for Trump


You're a traitor to the cause. "The left is like the sorting hat from Harry Potter" that placed Hogwarts students in one of the four class houses, Eddie Zipperer, an assistant professor of political science at Georgia Military College, told LifeZette in an email, noting that the left enjoys "defining people and then pigeonholing those people". Lire la suite »

Travel to see India's diversity, Modi tells youth


Both the leaders reaffirmed the strength and closeness of the multifaceted strategic partnership between India and Afghanistan, the statement said. Abdullah conveyed Afghanistan's deep appreciation for India's continuing support for infrastructure development and capacity building in Afghanistan. Lire la suite »

Massive rock fall kills 1, injures another at Yosemite


At least 30 climbers were on the wall at the time, but it was not clear if the victims were climbers or tourists, ranger Scott Gediman said Wednesday. He estimates 30 or more climbers were on the wall at the time, but he could not confirm injuries or the size of the rock fall. He said he was scaling El Capitan above the site of the rock fall when the incident happened. Lire la suite »

Palestine rejects any US-backed deal that undermines people's rights: FM


Even an attempt by the EU to reach a deal with the Palestinians to drop the clause from the resolution stipulating the blacklist's formulation, in return for the support of European nations for the rest of its articles, failed. The senior Israeli official confirmed what a top European Union diplomat had reported back to colleagues in Brussels. Reporting on the developments in several Palestinian villages northwest of Jerusalem , which have come under the wrath of the Israeli military ... Lire la suite »

Maha Ashtami rituals of goddess Durga today


Children are worshiped to remind people of the fact that Goddess Durga is present in living beings too. Five different animals - Goat, buffalo, chicken, pig and duck - are sacrificed on the occasion. The actress is an avid devotee of Goddess Durga and has been sharing several pictures and videos of her. Devotees are making beelines at puja pandals and shrines to perform the rituals. Lire la suite »

Russian hackers allegedly interfere with the Catalan referendum


The students are demanding the right to vote in the regional ballot on secession, which the Madrid-based national government says is illegal. She said, "It's no longer about calling for independence ". Catalonia calls for the European Commission and the European Parliament to respond to the harassment of civil rights organizations, journalists and individuals by Spain ahead of the upcoming independence referendum in Catalonia . Lire la suite »

Tot shoots two boys after finding gun in home day care


The two children who were shot remain hospitalized in critical, but stable condition. Police say two young children were wounded in an apparently accidental shooting at a home that was being used for childcare in suburban Detroit. He explained: 'Maybe the parents should make sure that where they leave their children is a safe place. "For the parents of the children that were left here, I can tell you that both our police and fire departments have done our very best to keep them safe and ... Lire la suite »

Rep. Louie Gohmert calls for Sen. John McCain's recall


One more "no" vote among Republicans would effectively kill the party's latest effort in their seven-year mission to overturn Obamacare, while dealing a new blow to U.S. " John McCain (imitating the thumbs-down of his historic health-care vote)". Politico reported that Cruz complained that the latest Obamacare repeal bill did not address his concerns about bringing down the costs of health care. Lire la suite »

Les députés montrent les muscles à l'hémicycle — Ouganda


La tension palpable dans l'hémicycle s'est muée en violence lorsque le chef du groupe parlementaire d'opposition (Forum pour le changement démocratique), dont de nombreux élus portaient des bandeaux rouges en signe de protestation, a accusé un ministre de l'avoir menacé et d'avoir apporté un pistolet au Parlement. Lire la suite »

Daech Quand l'EI tente de recruter un détenu par courrier

La lettre lui proposait de rejoindre l'organisation Etat islamique contre la promesse d' " un lopin de terre ". Le détenu était invité à joindre, selon des voies déterminées, une personne renseignée en Région bruxelloise. La Belgique compte, avec la France, parmi les pays européens les plus concernés par la radicalisation islamiste et les départs de combattants jihadistes vers la zone irako-syrienne. Lire la suite »